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Tramline Marquam

$320.00
|  Style 54303
USA Crafted

Named in honor of Portland's aerial tram that starts at Marquam Hill.


 
 
 

The Tramline Marquam brings easy wearing chukka style to Danner's original mountain boot aesthetic. Hand-crafted in Portland, Ore this boot features rich black full grain leather, Armortred outsoles, and all around great styling.

Features

  • Made in USA
  • Chukka height with mountain lace-to-toe inspiration
  • Leather lined for a vintage look and feel
  • Full-grain, all-leather upper offers a classic look with superior durability
  • Danner's hand-crafted stitchdown construction increases durability and underfoot stability
  • Lightweight Armortred outsole guarantees cushion and traction on various terrain
  • Danner's 650 EE last offers a roomier fit without sacrificing support and stability. We recommend sizing down a half size for the best fit
  • Fiberglass shank
  • 4" height
  • 38 oz per pair
  • Recraftable
650 Last
The 650 last offers a sleek, slender profile with a more narrow fit. Boots on this last tend to fit those with a more narrow foot better than those with a wider foot. This ensures a snug fit for terrain and activities that demand support and stability. If you do have a wider foot, we recommend ordering an "EE" (wide) in this style.

Tips for the Perfect Fit

  • Measure both feet. If one foot is slightly larger than the other, select a size that fits the larger of the two.
  • Consider the type of socks you’ll be wearing with your boot. For thicker socks, you may want to select a half size larger than you normally wear.
  • When you do receive your boots, we recommend first wearing them indoors for a few hours to ensure they’re the right fit.

Free Return Shipping
Rest assured that if the boot you receive doesn’t fit correctly, we pay for return shipping back to us. You can order with confidence knowing return shipping is always on us.

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4.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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        4.0

        Great Looks, Great Fit but.....

        By Shazzam

        from Cincinnati OH

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Light
        • Look Great
        • Tough Lasting
        • Very Comfortable

        Cons

        • Not Black More Slate

        Best Uses

        • Any Time It's Coldcool

        It!s a great boot. Pricey but I really like them and expect to keep them a long time. My only gripe is that they aren't black. As in black black. They're a midnight blue, dark slate, graphite type color. Very nice bu if you wear black pants like I do then you'll notice the contrast

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        5.0

        Simply the best!

        By Jonesy

        from Vancouver

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Butter soft leather
        • Danner quality
        • Great Fit
        • Great Outdoor Styling
        • Solid build

        Cons

        • Pricy but worth it

        Best Uses

        • Awesome With Jeans
        • Getting Out Of The City
        • Great for anything
        • Walking around

        These are simply great shoes made by Danner, using classic styling with the finest leathers and components available. They took about an hour to break in :-) As soon as you put them on, you know these are quality shoes that will give you years of comfy service. When you wear them out, take them back to Danner and have them put a new sole on them. I travel a lot and need a shoe that I can go walking/exploring in, and these fit the bill.

        I picked mine up at the Danner store in Portland, and the staff is really helpful. They have the complete Stumptown line and if you're lucky you might find a deal on a pair of Stumptowns!

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        5.0

        Some extra info about Tramline Marquam

        By Mister Moohead

        from Bradenton, Fl

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Casual
        • Short Break In

        Cons

        • Heel Height For Some
        • No Half Sizes Above 12

        Best Uses

        • Dress Down Casual

        Some info about this shoe: The outsole is a non marking Armortred oil resistant neoprene. It has a 9.5mm heel drop-similar to tennis shoes. I added a 3mm heel lift to make it feel more like a walker.

        The shoe has a 5 iron thickness midsole. Most Danner boots use an 8 or 12 iron midsole. This shoe has more flex than a typical Danner, but is still more rigid than 95% of the shoes sold in typical American stores. It is handstitched just like their boots, and has a wide platform base, adding stability. Break in only 2 weeks.

        I take a 13EE in Danner's Gore Tex lined boots based on the 650 last. The Marquam is leather lined. I take a 12EE in this shoe. There is nearly a size difference. There are no half sizes above 11.5 made in this model.

        The best part of this shoe is the casual nature of the styling. If you need stability without a full boot, this is your urban kick around shoe. Like ULTRA sturdy Chuck Taylor high tops.

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        5.0

        Good-Bye, Sneakers!

        By Victor John

        from Leesburg, VA

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        Pros

        • Super comfortable

        Cons

        • A Little Wide At Heel

        Best Uses

        • Everyday around town

        I've never liked sneakers for everyday informal use (as opposed to athletics), and these shoes are an ideal solution for me. They are as supple and comfortable as sneakers, and yet have the sturdiness and looks of a boot. I also own the Explorer 6" in the same size, and the latter are somewhat narrower, which gives great support in hiking. The Tramlines, on the other hand, are are a little wider, and are best worn with heavier socks, but I happen to like it that way. They can be a bit too loose at the heel, but if you lace them tight it's not a problem.

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